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Netemo sametemo

Netemo sametemo is a movie starring Masahiro Higashide, Erika Karata, and Sairi Itô. Asako lives in Osaka. She falls in love with Baku, a free-spirit. One day, Baku suddenly disappears. Two years later, Asako now lives in Tokyo and...

Other Titles
Asako. Dzień i noc, Asako 1 & 2, Sleeping or Waking, Asako, 寝ても覚めても, Asako I & II
Running Time
1 hours 59 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Romance
Ryûsuke Hamaguchi
Tomoka Shibasaki, Sachiko Tanaka, Ryûsuke Hamaguchi
Sairi Itô, Erika Karata, Kôji Nakamoto, Masahiro Higashide
Japan, France
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Asako is 21-year-old woman, living in Osaka. She falls in love with Baku who has a free spirit. One day, Baku suddenly disappears. Two years later, Asako now lives in Tokyo and she meets meets Ryohei. He looks just like her ex-boyfriend Baku, but he has a completely different personality. Ryohei is a salaryman, with a sincere personality. Asako falls in love with Ryohei.

Comments about drama «Netemo sametemo» (6)

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Heather Boyd

The movie is set in 1990. It is a dating movie that is very mature for its age. This film deals with the problems of loneliness, finding your identity, and the search for love. The story is about a young woman named Tatsuya who lives in Japan and is going to a university in America. This girl is very poor and has to move to America to be with her boyfriend. But because of her heart broken, she becomes a lonely person. The movie shows a lot of the problems she encounters during her time in America. The film is quite mature for its age. The movie ends with a message. The film does not touch on very many subjects and it is the best movie I have seen in Japan in a long time.

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Melissa Lewis

This movie was on my shelf for a while, so I decided to pick it up and see what all the hype was about. It didn't really impress me at all. The actors all had nothing to work with, and the dialogue and plot seemed out of place. So I decided to see how it was when I finally watched it, and boy was I surprised! I was shocked at how many times I was moved to tears. I even remember thinking I was going to cry, but instead I couldn't help but to scream. The story is about a young girl, Sana (Ivana Baquero) whose brother is murdered, leaving her alone with her stepfather (Laurence Ryan), and her mother (Kym Poole). But things are about to change, for Sana, and she will learn a lot about her family. If you're a "high concept" movie fan, then this is for you. If not, then I'd suggest you wait for this movie to come out on video.

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Patrick Owens

My rating is based on the strength of the acting and the direction. I think it was very well done, the actors were excellent. I liked the look of the film. I like the film because it had a very good story. I would recommend it to anybody.

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Mary C.

This is a very good film, but not as good as the book. I think that the book was better than the film. I would like to have seen more of the book, but I guess it is a hard thing to do. The movie did a good job of showing the differences between the two worlds. I am not sure if the differences were all explained in the book, but I think that it was a good explanation. I was very interested in the movie, and I liked it very much. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a good romantic movie. I think that the movie is worth seeing.

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Some people like this film. Some people don't. The problem with "All the Ways" is the way in which it fails to communicate the complexity of the issues that it deals with. The best way to grasp what is going on here is to read a more recent novel by Patricia Highsmith. Those who dislike this film, I believe, are missing the point. For me, though, this film is too long. It almost seems that the filmmakers didn't know what to do next, which sometimes was frustrating. Too much time was spent on too many different kinds of themes. The story of a poet being raped in the process of writing, in a neighborhood where people are gunning for him, is repetitive, almost to the point of becoming cliched. A couple of the older boys are reluctant to have sex with a younger boy, and a young girl's and her mother's marriage is strained by the sense that the girl's family is suffering from a sexual imbalance. The boys are not aware of this, but the girls are. One of the two brothers is having an affair with the older boy's mother, and it is clear that this is the most important thing to his sister. The story ends with the youngest boy having his own sex-revenge, but that is a relief. After all that has happened, what is the point in telling us what happened? We don't need to know, as long as we don't have to see it. But the filmmakers do have to know that the story will be told and the film will be made. So, what else to do? We have to assume that the film will end with the brothers leaving the city together. They will be taken on a trip through the countryside and then into the mountains where the family is supposedly staying. But then the film goes back to a house in the city, where they will tell the story of the rape. The emotional moments of the film, such as the fights and the expressions of grief, are not very convincing. Most of the time it is just a dull warren of emotions. That doesn't seem to be a very good way to tell a story.

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Martha Hunt

This is one of the three films from the incredible "Gay Is Wrong" series. As a direct sequel to the other two, "Gay Is Wrong: Days of Hope and Hope", and "Gay Is Wrong: The Movie", it is not as strong as the first two. On the whole, however, it is a decent story, filled with intense emotions and beautifully filmed. The film follows the life of Kole (Jubberley) a middle-aged gay man who lives in a lonely apartment in a large, wealthy coastal city in South Africa. Kole is an introvert who has never really been accepted by the local society for who he is. One day, he accidentally finds his gay best friend, Jackie (Tjodie) in the shower, and Jackie confesses his sexuality to Kole. Kole soon becomes emotionally devastated, as he learns that his best friend is one of the few who has ever accepted his sexual orientation. At the same time, Kole must decide whether to remain quiet about his sexuality, or to come out to his family, and his lover, and to his friends and colleagues. "Gay Is Wrong" could be considered a mature story, with great acting, such as that of Dooley, and great performances from the rest of the cast. However, I think that "Gay Is Wrong: Days of Hope and Hope" and "Gay Is Wrong: The Movie" are the best of the three films. While the second one was a bit disappointing, "Gay Is Wrong" is still a very powerful film, full of emotion and compelling. This is a film I recommend to anybody, regardless of their political or religious views, it is a film worth seeing.